1700% Citation: The Project Catalyst

If you would like to see reference the 1700% Project’s source, please see the research below.

 

UNITED STATES “WE ARE NOT THE ENEMY” 
Hate Crimes Against Arabs, Muslims,
 and Those Perceived to be Arab or Muslim after September 11; published by Human Rights Watch November 2002 Volume 14, No . 6 (G)
Website: http://www.hrw.org/reports/2002/usahate/

Specifically Footnote 87 in SECTION V: http://www.hrw.org/legacy/reports/2002/usahate/usa1102-04.htm#TopOfPage

[FOOTNOTE 87] Anti-Muslim hate crimes in the United States increased from twenty-eight during 2000 to 481 during 2001. See “Crime in the United States – 2001,” Federal Bureau of Investigation, retrieved on October 30, 2002, from http://www.fbi.gov/ucr/01cius.htm. Anti-Arab and anti-Muslim hate crimes in Los Angeles County increased from twelve during 2000 to 188 during 2001. See “Compounding Tragedy: The Other Victims of September 11,” Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations, p. 12 and 14, retrieved on September 24, 2002, from http://humanrelations.co.la.ca.us/Our_publications/pdf/2001HCR.pdf. Anti-Arab and anti-Muslim hate crimes in Chicago increased from four during 2000 to sixty during 2001. See “Hate Crimes in Chicago: 2001,” Chicago Police Department, p. 13, retrieved on September 24, 2002, from http://www.ci.chi.il.us/CommunityPolicing/Statistics/Reports/HateCrimes/HateCrimes01.pdf.

 

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